New York Times 3/7/1865 - The Union Jubilee, Sherman's March
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New York Times 3/7/1865 - The Union Jubilee, Sherman's March:
The New York Times March 7, 1865
The New York Times is an American daily newspaper founded and continuously published in New York City since 1851. The New York Times has won 106 Pulitzer Prizes, the most of any news organization. This historic paper is complete with4 pagesand in great, readable condition. All historic paper listings are guaranteed genuine. This is a full paper with no pages missing.Dimensions: 21" x 15.5"Numerous articles on everyday life, includes domestic and international news, and dated ads!A window into what life was like in the 1800s of American history.Articles include: The Union Jubilee (Honors To Our Soldiers And Sailors, Gratitude Of The People For National Victories, The Voice Of The People At Union Square), Capture Of Fort Fisher - Gen. Terry's Official Report, Southern Opinions Of Southern Resources, The Gulf (The Movements Against Mobile, Smith And His Veteran Corps), Sherman's March (Intimaations Of Rapid And Successful Progress, Sherman Flanks Johnston's Army And Plants Himself Between It And Wilmington), and more! There are shadows cast from camera and lighting - this is not a defect in paper. Condition is listed below.Binding of paper and edges of paper show some wear and tear due to age (pages are partially separated from binding and there are multiple 1/4" - 1"tears along right hand side of some pages). Pages show staining/discoloration due to age.
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